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National Mammography Day Quiz

Take this quiz to test your knowledge about all things mammogram.

What do you know about mammography?

1. No one in my family has breast cancer so I don't have to worry about being checked.

2. I don't need a mammogram if I don't have any pain.

3. The size of my breast doesn't affect the risk of getting breast cancer.

4. Finding a lump in your breast means you have breast cancer.

5. A mammogram is a painless examination.

6. I already had one mammogram and it didn't show any cancer so I don't need another one.

7. I need to have routine mammograms if I am over the age of 40 even if my doctor doesn't tell me to have them.

8. If a mammogram finds something in an examination there is still enough time for treatment options.

For more information read:
Breast Cancer: A Resource Guide for Minority Women [PDF | 12MB]

Note: This quiz was developed by OMHRC.

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